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Re: Is there a users mailing list? Tod Beardsley (Oct 20)
These days, people use the forums at http://community.rapid7.com for user talk. Or #metasploit on Freenode IRC.

Is there a users mailing list? Jon Molesa (Oct 20)
This was the only one google returned. I noticed this is the developers
list.

Re: help Jon Molesa (Oct 20)
Sorry about this. I was trying to hurry the mail server to try a resend
after subscription. It was meant to bump my grey listing.

I was attempting to interact with the mailman server as seen here
http://www.list.org/mailman-member/node41.html.

I'm fine otherwise. :-P

Re: help Tod Beardsley (Oct 20)
If this is an emergency, dial 911 (or your country's emergency services number).

Re: How-to update host information HD Moore (Oct 20)
Hi Jon,

You can edit a host via psql or just the irb console in Metasploit. For example, just do: msf> irb

From this prompt, you can do:

irb> host = Mdm::Host.where(address: '1.1.1.1'); host.hostname = 'BugServer'; host.save!

Keep in mind we normally split up things by workspace, so if you have multiple projects/workspaces:

irb> host = framework.workspace.hosts.where(address: '1.1.1.1')

Hope this...

How-to update host information Jon Molesa (Oct 20)
Hello,

I'm new here. Could someone please tell me how I can update information
for a host? I haven't tried importing it via a csv, but right now I just
want to know if it is possible to do in msfconsole.

I have a hostname for an IP address that I have previously imported. I
would like to update the record for that IP to include the hostname.

hosts -h doesn't reveal support for updating a host record.

Lastly, if the answer is to...

help Jon Molesa (Oct 20)
help

Re: ERROR: invalid input when using new Credential API Pedro Ribeiro (Oct 08)
If I try to attack a domain and set RHOST to a hostname, I get the same error:

[-] Auxiliary failed: ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid
PG::InvalidTextRepresentation: ERROR: invalid input syntax for type
inet: "domain.com"

(domain.com was actually a valid and reachable domain)

I understand that the credential API is new, but this is very clearly a bug.

Regards,
Pedro

Re: ERROR: invalid input when using new Credential API Pedro Ribeiro (Oct 03)
Isn't that too limiting? What if you are collecting the creds for a host
which is inside a private network, but you can only see the externally
facing host?

Or in other words, what would you do in this case? The host name might be
the same as the rhost, but not on all cases and we can't know that from the
exploit.

Regards
Pedro

reported credential with an address field needs to have an associated IP
(or the hostname must resolve).

a...

Re: ERROR: invalid input when using new Credential API HD Moore (Oct 03)
The database is keyed off IP addresses, so you are correct in that any reported credential with an address field needs
to have an associated IP (or the hostname must resolve).

-HD

ERROR: invalid input when using new Credential API Pedro Ribeiro (Oct 02)
Hi,

I'm building an aux module that gets the SQL database credentials from
a target. These credentials are provided in the form
hostname-username-password. I'm using the new Credential API and doing
the following:

service_data = {
address: loot[database_server_name].split('\\')[0],
# port is 0 because we can't get it from the packet_reply
port: 0,
service_name: loot[database_type],...

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Re: vim syntax highlighting for rc files Tod Beardsley (Sep 07)
We don't do this because it's easy, we do it because it's hard. :)

Re: vim syntax highlighting for rc files Robin Wood (Sep 07)
Wouldn't have thought it was easy but not being easy doesn't normally stop
people.

Robin

Re: vim syntax highlighting for rc files Tod Beardsley (Sep 07)
They're nearly always a mix of console commands and chunks of ruby. Sometimes they have bash/OS commands, too. So,
you're looking at two and maybe three intermixed styles. Not trivial?

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